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in search of active RFID tag

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notwist

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I am in search of pre-made active RFID tags. I searched Digikey but couldn't come up with anything. Anyone familiar with any popular vendors who carry such a product? The specs aren't a matter, I'm just looking for a couple potential list of tags that could be used in my project.

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notwist

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I tried that and found a site with pages of manufacturers that may or may not have what I need. I am particularly interested in tags that operate in the 902-928MHz
 

hosh

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anyone know how to post a link that say one thing "click here" but points to somewhere ^

edit -- sorry didn't see the 902-928 Mhz until after i posted
 
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quixotron

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hosh said:
Radio shack is carrying them now. 49.99. Not cheap but it gets you two tags and a reader. I haven't seen the tags by themselves though.

Also Newark.com search rfid they have several products.
http://www.newark.com/jsp/search/browse.jsp;jsessionid=510KOV11YPS3UCXDUZ1G3PQ?N=0&Ntk=gensearch_001&Ntt=rfid&Ntx=&_requestid=37297

anyone know how to post a link that say one thing "click here" but points to somewhere ^

edit -- sorry didn't see the 902-928 Mhz until after i posted

digikey http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll
860-960 Mhz
yes. you mean like this?

click here

click here[w/url]

eliminate the extra w's in the brackets.
 

notwist

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can anyone explain to me why most modulation types in RFID system utilize frequency shift keying? i know that it offers good noise immunity but why arent other modulation schemes used?
 
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